Friday, December 01, 2023
Salt TV Gets On DSTV in Style

Believers stormed Canaan land HPMI early in the morning to participate in the historical prayer service of launching salt TV on DSTV platform. Dances and praise covered the HPMI Canaan land while believers were eagerly waiting for the appointed hour.

The salt media staff led by the Managing director and the  HPMI pastor Pr Aloysius Bujjingo stormed the stage, then followed applauses and shouts of joy from the masses.

As they waited for the waited time of salt TV DSTV switch flipped, the salt media staff entertained the congregation that doubles as their bosses.

 It almost became a completion stage as different presenters showcased their dancing talents. A few minutes to the awaited moment, the omususuzi presenter competed with the emisingi presenters in a dancing competition.

At 11 am, the switch was flipped and salt TV went live on DSTV, after which pastor Bujjinogo declared the news to believers that sparked off joyful shouts.

George William Ssemanda from Multichoice officially declared and launched salt TV as part of DSTV platform, and the applauses & joyful shouts followed. He commended salt TV as the best channel in the nation.

In their submission, the salt media top managers expressed appreciations towards salt media fans.

Pr Bujingo prayed a blessing to the DSTV staff and pledged that the salt media quality will continue to get better.

Salt media appreciates all those that have been praying for us and calling the Multichoice to request for the salt TV channel on the platform.




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